International Perspective on Nuclear Deterrence
Current and former officials from Britain, France and Poland talked about nuclear weapons, pointing to Iran and North Korea as major… read more
Current and former officials from Britain, France and Poland talked about nuclear weapons, pointing to Iran and North Korea as major concerns, and to the U.S. as the country which should take the lead on denuclearization.
“European Perspectives on Nuclear Deterrence in the 21st Century” was a British American Security Information Council (BASIC) Session panel at the Fifth Annual Nuclear Deterrence Summit, “Maintaining a Credible Deterrent Amidst Funding Constraints,” held February 19-22, 2013, at the Renaissance Capital View Hotel by ExchangeMonitor Publications and Forums. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Desmond Browne Secretary (Former) United Kingdom->Defence
- Francois Delmas Embassy Counsellor France->Strategic Affairs and Disarmament
- Paul Ingram Executive Director British American Security Inform. Cnsl.
- Lukasz Kulesa Project Head Polish Institute on International Affairs->Nonproliferation and Arms Control
- Simon Lunn Secretary General (Former) NATO->Parliamentary Assembly
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